The National Council for Special Education (NCSE) has published information pamphlets on the main post-school education and training options for people with disabilities.
The pamphlets cover:
• Further Education and Training
• Higher Education
• Rehabilitative Training and Adult Day Services.
People with a disability may have a difficulty getting clear information and advice on the post-school options and pathways that are available and appropriate for them. The aim of the leaflets is to give parents and students and other adults an overview of the range of post-school options and supports available and how to get the relevant details and guidance to inform individual choice.
The pamphlets are now published on our website www.ncse.ie .
The next round of interviews for all our courses at levels 5, 6 & 8 will take place on the College Campus on Monday and Tuesday next, 30th April & 1st May.For those who have applied for one of the art , animation or related courses please bring your portfolio along to interview.
For those attending an interview for a course in the Social Care Department please bring references along with you if possible as this speeds up the application process.
For those who have not yet applied there is still time to do so at https://applications.bcfe.ie/index.php?c=t&.
Are you struggling to find a career that you feel suits you? A career that is hands-on and rewarding? How about a career in the Irish Seafood Sector? Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Seafood Development Agency, is the state agency with responsibility for developing the Irish Sea Fishing and Aquaculture (fish-farming) industries. The agency provides an extensive programme of training in the catching, aquaculture and seafood processing areas. So, whether you find the role of skipper or engineer on board a commercial fishing vessel an exciting option or being part of Ireland’s growing fish-farming business is of interest to you; BIM has a course that will provide you with the relevant skills and qualifications to make your dream career a reality. BIM offers a range of training programmes for both new entrants and for individuals who wish to up-skill.
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As you know, entry into medical or veterinary schools around the world is extremely competitive and St. George’s offers a real alternative to home based schools for students as they have places available for those with the level of qualifications and the drive and determination to succeed as doctors or vets.
I will be forwarding you some printed information about the university shortly. In the meantime, if you have any students who may be interested in finding out more, would you be kind enough to forward them the website address (www.sgu.edu) or the link to the specific section on the site dedicate to UK students http://www.sgu.edu/international/uk/index.html
We recently launched the NMCI Superyacht Division, which is open to anyone over 18 who is looking to get into the industry, and we are planning on running a course for training stewards and stewardesses early June 2018. Attached is our poster advertising this course, and we hope that you would be able to distribute this to everyone who may be looking for a new adventure! If you could also display this in an appropriate area for all to read that would be very much appreciated.
This course is ideal for any young people looking to get involved in the industry, or just looking for a change of career – the work can also be seasonal, so can be used as a way to save money for college! Working on board a superyacht offers a unique lifestyle, as superyachts travel to exotic and luxurious locations - crew have good base salaries with little or no outgoings, allowing them to travel the world while saving for the future.
The National Maritime College of Ireland, is Irelands only GUEST approved training centre. Interior crew can now benefit from a clearly defined training route, leading to an industry recognised Certificate of Competence, issued by the PYA.
The superyacht industry is rapidly growing with 6000 superyachts worldwide employing an estimated 52,000 superyacht crew and it is estimated that a further 30,000 crew will be needed over the next decade. If you would like to see more info on this industry please click the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ttccyf1gb7w&feature=youtu.be
Crumlin College is holding an Interview & Information Evening next Tuesday, 24th of April from 4pm-6pm.
Interviews for all courses will take place for anyone who has already applied and a drop-in service is also available for course information and to complete applications for any new applicants.
Full-time courses starting September 2018 in Accounting, Administration, Beauty, Business, Culinary Arts, Digital Marketing, Fashion, Fitness, Hairdressing, IT, Sports Therapy, Tourism and more.
New courses for 2018 in Hospitality, IT Digital Skills, Reception, Sales & Marketing, Social Media with Computer Applications, Software Development with Mobile Technologies and Computer Network & Support Technician.
See www.crumlincollege.ie for more details or call in on Tuesday 24th. Alternatively you can contact the Admissions Officer Stephen Hilliard by email: firstname.lastname@example.org by phone 014540662 ext. 111
Medical Poland Admission Office Open Day Seminar in Dublinon Friday 27th April, Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Hotel 1, Custom House Quay, Dublin, Ireland.
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Our team and special guests from Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz and Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences will:
We would be delighted if you accepted our invitation and shared this information with your colleagues.
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Next Interview Date for Dunboyne College of Further Education is May 2nd 2018Dunboyne College of Further Education are holding interviews for course places the morning of May 2nd. Students will receive an interview time after application for their chosen course.
Prospect students can apply online at:http://dunboynecollege.ie/
Full time courses start in September 2018 and include Applied Social Studies, Nursing, Pre-Arts, Pre-Law, Beauty and lots more.
A range of new courses are also on offer, including: Applied Psychology, Hairdressing Level 6, Human Resource Management, Sports Injury & Massage Therapy and many more.
See http://dunboynecollege.ie/ for further details and contact us by email: Dunboynecollege@lmetb.ie and phone: 01 802 6577
Study Social Studies or Early Childhood Care & Education At CCFE and Become a Home Economics Teacher Through The New Link Between CCFE And St Angela’s College Sligo & NUI Galway.
Castlebar College of Further Education participates in new project which creates a direct entry-route from Further Education to teacher education programmes at St. Angela’s College Sligo
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